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Ganesha is the most favorite and popular god in Hinduism and one of the most important gods of India. Also known as Ganapati, Vighnantaka, Varada, Siddhita and Ekadanta "The one with the tusks." In Tantra, he is revered as a moveable lover and gifted dancer. Ganesha is presented as a friendly and playful mischievous-like God who likes to make jokes. He was the Son of Shiva and Parvati and the ideal of the Hindu family. Ganesha is of all the Hindu gods with the greatest popularity outside India.